Community Programs

The Town of Innisfail together with FCSS offers various community  programs for all residents within Innisfail. From early learners & youth programs to family & adult programs we support all levels of growth and learning in our community. 

An FCSS grant is allocated to support the community in providing preventative social services and programs in Innisfail. For more information, or to apply for the grant, see FCSS Community Grant Program.

Community Programs for Children

Community Programs for Youth

Red Deer and District Boys and Girls Club


The Boys & Girls Club's mission is to provide safe, supportive places where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships, and develop confidence and skills for life. For more information, or to register for a program, contact the Innisfail Program Coordinator at 403-350-9815 or visit

Home Alone Training

Kidproof at Home Alone training is designed to give children the tools and knowledge to look after themselves while at home alone for short periods of time. Home Alone is recommended for kids 10 - 13 years old and is not a certified course.

What Kids Learn:

  • Their rights and responsibilities when at home alone
  • Safe practices when at home alone
  • How to respond safely to emergencies
  • How to keep constructively occupied 

For more information call 403-227-2924 or register online at

Canadian Red Cross Babysitting Course

What every babysitter should know. This one-day course is offered two times per year (Spring and Fall), and will provide potential sitters with the techniques to become a more reliable, confident and safe babysitter. Certificate program is for youth ages 11-15 years. 

For more information call 403-227-2924 or register online at

Community Programs for Family & Adults

Block Party (May - September)

What is a Block Party?

  • It is a neighbourhood party organized and attended by people in your neighbourhood.
  • The neighbours who want to take part either help organize, show up or both!
  • Block Parties can be held in a number of different venues: on a neighbourhood street (street closure application applies) outside in a public park, inside a community hall, in a neighbour’s home, or a condo common area, to name a few.
  • A Block Party can be a lot of fun and bring neighbourhood residents closer.
  • Block Parties are sponsored by local businesses supplying free items to help make your party a success. Sponsorship
    is limited and varies season to season.

How to Kick-start Planning a Block Party

  • Start with printing off the Tool Kit below. Read the document and follow the party planning suggestions and application instructions.
  • Use the Tool Kit suggestions and tools to reach out to your neighbours to create interest and ask for support.
  • When neighbourhood has committed to a Block Party, complete the application and supporting documents. Submit your application package to the Town Office at least three weeks before your party date (this is to ensure enough time to process the application and street closure is required)

Perks of Throwing a Block Party

  • Have fun while you see this social gathering bring neighbours closer.
  • Neighbours knowing each other better opens the door to neighbourhood organized activities such as spring cleaning, snow shoveling, gardening, etc.
  • Closer neighbours create safer communities and instill a sense of pride and belonging in your community.

Download the Block Party Toolkit below to start your application today:

Block Party Tool Kit 2017

For information on any of these programs, contact the Town of Innisfail 403-227-3376.

Community Services

Recent News

Upcoming Events

Council Meeting
February 26, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
Speed Dating with Town Council
March 03, 2018 @ 12:30 pm
Spring Registration & Info Night
March 06, 2018 @ 6:00 pm

Program Guide

Check out our seasonal program guide for even more opportunities to participate and become involved in the Innisfail Community!